The Education School’s online program continued to see significant growth this year, offering 520 course sections during the 2021-22 academic year, an 88% increase over the previous academic year. The program also graduated 47% more students in the 2021-22 academic year than the previous year.
Students in the program also continue to find that the program prepares them for continued success. Within six months of graduation, 85% of online graduates report moving into a promoted position or earning a higher salary.
“These rankings are a reflection of the incredible efforts our faculty and staff make to provide our students both high-quality academic experiences and student supports,” said Catherine Brighton, senior associate dean for academic programs and student affairs in the Education School. “The online community at the School of Education and Human Development is truly special and we are delighted to see our programs recognized nationally.”